Competitor Research

  • How to Leverage from your Competitor’s Success

    … that are ranking for that keyword, and finally repurpose those contents. Step 4.4: After you publish your content, the next thing to do is to amplify it. You can simply follow tips on how to better amplify your content here and here. You can also study how your competitor’s contents are being promoted, or how their pages are acquiring backlinks…

    Pam Sallegue/ SEO Hacker Blogin How To's- 21 readers -
  • How to Conduct a Content Audit to Beat Your Competition

    … theirs?” This competitive content audit will show you how. What Goes Into a Competitive Content Audit? Know thy enemy. This is the underlying basis for a competitive content audit. You must take stock of the content your competition is using, how they’re using it and why it’s making such an impact with their target audience. More importantly, it can give you valuable…

    Relevancein Social SEO Content How To's- 16 readers -
  • Free Tools to Spy On Your Competition

    … counting the number of visitors coming through your competitor’s door from a mile away. It’s not as good as having access to their Google Analytics account, but it’s close enough to identify web traffic at a high level. Compete offers a free account where you can find out how much traffic a particular website has over a a few months. You can even gain…

    Dex Media- 12 readers -
  • 3 Sneaky Tools to Spy on Your Competitors

    … say we’ve just written some amazing accounts software which we’d like to sell online and hopefully rank for the keyword “accounts software”. We do a search and find that the number one for that is We pop the URL into Majestic and it tells us how many links there are: This initially rather baffling screen tells us quickly some…

    Andy Calloway/ Calloway Greenin SEO Google- 16 readers -
  • How to Research Your Competition on Facebook

    Are your competitors getting massive reach and engagement on Facebook? Would you like to learn the secret of their Facebook success? While we’d never advocate copying your competitor’s posts exactly, it’s helpful to monitor and study the posts of your competition. You may get ideas on how to tweak your own posting strategy to build on what’s working for someone else.

    Andrea Vahl/ Social Media Examiner- 32 readers -
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